SHEBOYGAN – The Sheboygan County Veterans Memorial is about halfway to its fundraising goal to expand the memorial on Wilgus Avenue in Sheboygan.
Hopefully Twiggy wasn’t expecting a gourmet dinner after the dog’s 15 minutes of fame.
“She’s spoiled rotten, so she gets special treats all the time,” Sheboygan resident Donna Tewelis said.
Jonathan T. Lane, a man who lived in a Mill St. Plymouth apartment directly below that of a woman who died in a Nov. 2017 fire, has pleaded guilty to arson and was sentenced May 10 to a total of ten years in federal prison for deliberately starting the fire.
David Rautmann has been selected the Wisconsin Health and Physical Education Elementary Teacher of the Year.
Nathan D. Heitzmann, a 23-year-old Sheboygan man who police say was knowingly driving with a suspended license, has been charged with a felony for his involvement in a multiple-vehicle crash which killed a four-year old Sheboygan girl Apr. 12.
Nearly a year after Wisconsin’s 19th century ban against nearly all abortions went back into effect last summer, oral arguments in the lawsuit seeking to strike it down were heard May 4 in Dane County Circuit Court.
Courtney Athorp was exercising one morning when several mothers, who had already looked online but to no avail, asked the veteran teacher is she knew anyone who tutors students.
After three years off due to Covid Sheboygan EAA Chapter 766 will resume its Wings and Wheels event at the Sheboygan County Memorial Airport (SBM) on Fathers Day, June 18.
Howards Grove has a new celebrity.
Whether Kayla Vandre shopped at Piggly Wiggly or Target, or strolled through the community rummage sale, strangers either recognized her or wondered if she indeed was the Wheel of Fortune contestant who won $104,200 May 5.
SHEBOYGAN – The County Board added its support Apr. 18 to a private/public effort to revitalize the Nutt Ski Hill in Plymouth.